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US government launches lawsuits to protect rights of women and minorities

The US government has launched a number of legal actions against companies which it contracts to supply various services.  In one lawsuit filed against computer giant Oracle, the US Department of Labour says...
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Trump moves to give megacorporations total control of the Internet

Newly inaugurated US President Donald Trump has made the first decision in a media policy which may eventually result in giant telecommunications companies totally dominating the Internet and shutting everyone else out.  Trump...
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May reveals new industrial strategy

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has unveiled an industrial strategy which seems to place her in a different camp to her political idol, former Conservative PM Margaret Thatcher.  Thatcher was famous for battling the trade...
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Governments worldwide looking into blockchain adoption

Governments around the world are looking into the adoption of blockchain, the online, distributed database which forms the basis of bitcoin, said to be the first decentralised digital currency.  Millions of people...
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Artificial intelligence driving revenue growth, says Infosys

In a report specially prepared for the World Economic Forum meeting of world leaders from business and politics at Davos, Switzerland, Infosys says businesses and economies which adopt artificial intelligence are seeing...
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China and Europe embrace electric cars as US said to be reluctant

The petrol engine will eventually become obsolete and be replaced by the electric engine. It seems obvious, unless someone invents a way to make petrol engines as clean as electric engines....
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Could an AI system do your job?

It’s a common misconception that robots, artificial intelligence, computers and advanced technology of all sorts will mainly – or even solely – threaten the jobs of low-skilled workers.  But this is actually not...
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Siemens increasingly turning attention to digital enterprise

Siemens builds massively gigantic things that overshadow entire towns and cities around the world. Physical things, like a transport system, or a power generation network, featuring wind turbines, for example, or...
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You can simplify complex things like business architecture – but only so much

One of the perennial problems with computer technology, especially as it becomes more complex, abstract and advanced, is that it’s so difficult to explain to the average person.  However, as computer technology...
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Contextual authentication could overtake current identity and access management methods

A lot of people criticise the “traditional” username-and-password authentication method, or the so-called “two-factor authentication” method, or “2FA”, as some like to call it.  The main reason is that it’s seen as...
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Sophos: Red Vs Blue – Ransomware Demo

http://imipublishing.wistia.com/medias/1ev7lwmvp2?embedType=async&seo=false&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 With cybercrimes dominating the headlines lately, it is more important than ever to be as vigilant as you can be against these increasingly sophisticated and complex attacks. We are all aware of...
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The race for artificial intelligence sees gigawad Google take the lead

Google, with its gargantuan gigaloadsamoney, has taken the lead when it comes to acquiring startups developing artificial intelligence technologies.  The search giant has bought several lorryloads of companies recently, acquisitions which have been religiously tracked...
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